The MEK1 Gaming PC's UEFI is an actual UEFI, it's not some basic one we have seen with some other pre-built PCs, but it's also not exactly like another vendor, so we can't pick out who their OEM was, but it's close to ECS, ASUS, and ASRock UEFIs. There isn't too much to do in here though since the CPU is not a K-SKU.
Zotac has two pieces of software, and both are pre-installed. The first is Spectra, and it controls the RGB LEDs. The second is FIRESTORM, which is their GPU software, and it allows you to overclock the GPU.
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